Facebook wants to hire this 17-year-old, but she's isn't sure she wants the job" on Yahoo! Canada Finance on June 25, 2012) written by a professional writer. It's posted on Yahoo! Canada Finance by someone on behalf of Business Insider. First, she's isn't sure should either be she isn't sure or she's not sure - not a love child of both. Second, I would say that this should be a, because this is the first mention of anyone (it is a headline, after all) and there is no picture. At the end of the article is this:
It’s not the accent per se . . .
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